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Media Note
Office of the Spokesman
Washington, DC
February 8, 2007


Under Secretary Karen P. Hughes to Visit Mexico

Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Karen P. Hughes will travel to Mexico February 12-15, 2007. The visit underscores the important relationship between Mexico and the United States and recognizes the strong ties and common values shared by the peoples of Mexico and the United States.

During her four-day visit to Mexico City, Chiapas, and Guadalajara, Under Secretary Hughes will meet with government officials, students, business and community leaders, and members of the media.

Mexico is a neighbor and close partner with whom we share many common interests and democratic values. We cooperate on a continuing basis on a broad range of political and economic issues, including regional and global security, environmental protection, energy, and trade. We look forward to continuing to work together to achieve our goal of consolidating democracy, promoting prosperity, investing in people, and enhancing security in the hemisphere.

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Released on February 8, 2007

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